Reynald Drouhin
Since the beginning
reynald@incident.net
Works in Paris France

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BIO
http://www.reynalddrouhin.net

Born in Paris (France) in 1969, artist Reynald Drouhin lives and works in Paris. He studied plastic arts at the Fine Arts School of Paris (DNSAP, 1998), obtained the Hypermedia Multimedia Mastère (ENSBA, 1998), and a Master at the University of Paris 1 (1994).

The artist is currently teaching at the Fine Art School of Rennes and has been a member of the Incident.net group since 1996.
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EVENT

no-org.net newsletter # 6 


Dates:
Fri Oct 01, 2004 00:00 - Sun Sep 26, 2004

no-org.net newsletter # 6 
 
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[1]  data/reference/art  - The third net-art exhibition of no-org.net, is launched, you are welcome to visit it:
       http://www.no-org.net/data/reference/art

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[2]  Art Keywords - Collaborative dictionary of the 21st century art.
      Call for entries

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[4]  no-org.net participated Sept. 1-5 in the Werkleitz 6th Biennale, as part of the "Network of Commons"
     
    "an excerpt of the many and diverse activities and projects that have originated in the past years on the Internet
    surrounding the debates on intellectual property, the generation of alternative forms of access, communication and
    knowledge platforms, the production of non-proprietary tools, and the genesis of commons, i.e. activist communities.
    The intention is not to present an art show of the best projects on the net, but an impression on different projects that
    operate distributed across the globe and can be read (hypothetically in their entirety of an imagined "Network of Commons")
    as alternative conceptions to global corporate structures..."

    visit: http://www.werkleitz.de/events/biennale2004/index.html
 
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[3]    Heara 8 - Comment on Hospitals and Schools, next independent art event of 
       organized in occasion of the publishing of the new issue of (H)earat Shualym - Independent 
       Art Magazine, which will take place on Thursday 11th, November, at the Former Mission and Hadassah
       Hospital and actual International School, Hanevvim st., Jerusalem, 17:00-24:00
 
       Further info soon

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Sala-Manca Group & VagRearg
www.no-org.net


DISCUSSION

[no-org.net] Newsletter #6


no-org.net newsletter # 6

Hi, we are glad to send you some news about the launching of new
projects,
you are always welcome to send any comments,

Lea, Diego & Matvey
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[1] data/reference/art - The third net-art exhibition of no-org.net,
is launched, you are welcome to visit it:
http://www.no-org.net/data/reference/art

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[2] Art Keywords - Collaborative dictionary of the 21st century art.
Call for entries

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[4] no-org.net participated Sept. 1-5 in the Werkleitz 6th
Biennale,as part of the "Network of Commons"
"an excerpt of the many and diverse activities and projects that have originated in the past years on the Internet surrounding the debates on intellectual property, the generation of alternative forms of access, communication and knowledge platforms, the production of non-proprietary tools, and the genesis of commons, i.e. activist communities.
The intention is not to present an art show of the best projects on the net, but an impression on different projects that operate distributed across the globe and can be read (hypothetically in their entirety of an imagined "Network of Commons") as alternative conceptions to global corporate structures..."

visit: http://www.werkleitz.de/events/biennale2004/index.html

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Sala-Manca Group & VagRearg
www.no-org.net

DISCUSSION

data/reference/art no-org.net


http://no-org.net/data/reference/art/

Databases, encyclopedias, indexes, dictionaries, and directories are
not merely devices of data organizing, but also mediums for building
hierarchical systems. Not only they convey topic specific information
but also propagate political and aesthetic ideologies, reflecting
background and interests of their producers. "The correct", "the
necessary", "the important" or "the secondary" for a user to know, to
study, to invest - all those messages embedded into systems of
knowledge and sorted according to hierarchy established by their
editors. Methods of distribution, managing of contents, the structure,
lay a distinct track to control and design of common knowledge, shaping
thinking patterns.

The global network, providing a new space for distribution of
traditional data-collections, also grants a possibility of their
deconstruction, challenging their authority by making use of inherent
practices of the Net: decentralization and release of information,
castingdoubtupon hierarchies through the new form of data-organization,
popularizing of canonical and non-canonical materials, formalizing,
aestheticizing and so on.

Current exhibition compiled of nine art projects, each presenting an
original approach to the theme, placing in doubt, rethinking the
signification, the function and the objectives of data collections on
the Net.

DISCUSSION

Incident.net in Philadelphia and Paris


Incident.net in Philadelphia and Paris
<http://basekamp.com/upcoming_projects/translation/index.html>
<http://www.incident.net/>

Opening Reception + Live Performance:
Saturday Night, Sept 18th, 6.00 - 9.00 pm

BASEKAMP
723 Chestnut Street 2nd floor
Philadelphia, PA united states
215-206-8176

Hours of operation
Weds - Fridays, 6 - 10pm
Saturdays, noon - 4pm
Exhibition dates: Sept 18th - Oct 31st, 2004

Gregory Chatonsky, Marika Dermineur, Reynald Drouhin, KRN, Julie Morel &
Michael Sellam.

Translation/Traduction consists of new media installations and live
performance simultaneously in Philadelphia and Paris by the Incident.net
group. The project addresses the theoretical and practical difficulties
in
translating meaning from one context to another - from person to person,
from one culture to another, from lived to digital experience, and from
any aesthetic system to the very plural public.

EVENT

NFF04 NET ART GALLERY - NEW FORMS MEDIA FESTIVAL


Dates:
Thu Oct 14, 2004 00:00 - Sat Sep 11, 2004

october 14-18, 2004
http://www.newformsfestival.com/

The New Forms Festival is an international festival of contemporary media arts and technologies, featuring an Exhibition, a Performance/Events Series, and a Conference consisting of keynote addresses, panel presentations, and workshops. Showcasing emerging new media artists from across Canada and around the world, New Forms focuses on the convergence of arts and technology - providing a unique opportunity for audiences and industry professionals to interact with art forms that utilize cutting-edge media technologies.

The theme for our fourth annual festival is TECHNOGRAPHY, the inscription of culture in technology. Over two weeks, at various venues in and around Vancouver, the Festival will feature more than fifty performances and presentations by North American and international guest speakers, musicians, installation and net artists, performance and video artists, DJs, and dancers.

..
"GOOGLEHOUSE" & "THE INHABITANTS" MARIKA DERMINEUR
"BETAGIRL" (INSTALLATION VERSION) REYNALD DROUHIN
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NFF04 NET ART GALLERY - NEW FORMS MEDIA FESTIVAL (VANCOUVER, CANADA)